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Sweden, Switzerland start Day 2 at WW[more]

 
Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenSwitzerland's Livia Altmann #22 and Sweden's Olivia Carlsson #29 battle for position. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
Follow the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey Women's World Championship with live scores, stories, photos, highlights and statistics on www.worldwomen2015.com [more]

WW Top 25 Stories: #7

Rider organizes an international tournament[more]

Fran Rider organized the unofficial Women’s Worlds in 1987 that would be followed by the launch of the first IIHF Ice Hockey Women’s World Championship in 1990. Photo: Louie Palu / Canadian Press
21-26 April 1987. The news did not make headlines around the world. The players were not hounded by paparazzi upon arriving at the airport.

Arenas were not packed... [more]

Shoot to thrill

Will this tourney see most shootouts ever?[more]

Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenChiho Osawa in the shootout against Swedish netminder Sara Grahn. Photo: Andre Ringuette / HHOF-IIHF Images
A new unofficial record was established at the IIHF Ice Hockey World Women’s Championship on Saturday: most shootouts ever on opening day.

In the noon game at the... [more]

Tuominen the heroine

Finns win despite two disallowed goals[more]

Malmo Isstadion Malmo  SwedenFinland's Minttu Tuominen #15 looks for a pass with pressure from Russia's Alexandra Vafina #9. Photo: Francois Laplante / HHOF-IIHF Images
Minttu Tuominen scored the only shootout goal as Finland defeated Russia 3-2 in the third game at the Malmo Isstadion on Saturday.

Tuominen snapped a perfect shot... [more]

U.S. powers past Canada

American PP clicks thrice in Sochi rematch[more]

In Saturday’s marquee matchup, the United States staked an early claim to... [more]

It's a Marty party!

Swiss twins light it up in win over Germany[more]

Stefanie Marty notched two goals and an assist, and her twin sister Julia added... [more]

Swede dreams

Hirano key in familiar surroundings[more]

MALMO – After nearly winning a championship with AIK Stockholm, Yuka Hirano... [more]

New Ice Times

The IIHF’s official newsletter, Ice Times, has gone digital. [more]

The IIHF’s official newsletter, Ice Times, has gone digital. Our first online... [more]

 

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